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Part Number: ISO124
I breadboard an iso124 circuit and 2 TI dcpo1b 15v supplies. I double checked my connections.
I am using the plastic .1 gridded breadboard for thi prototype. - Is this possibly the problem?
I noticed in the app note that "no conductive materia ie traces can be undeneath the chip.
Along that same line how far away does the chip have to be from say a metal enclosure.
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In reply to Tom Hendrick:
In reply to Michael Stadtler:
Can you give me a part number for the 15V supplies you are using? The app note regarding traces running under the chip is probably not something you need to worry about at this point in your debug process. Traces that run under the chip between the HV side and LV side will essentially reduce the creepage and clearance distance, which will in turn impact the isolation voltage. The metal strips in the squeeze board do have the same impact as traces, but you don't really seem to be dealing with any high voltage at the moment.
DCP011512DBP-ND IC REG ISOLATED +/-12V 41MA 7DIP are the 2 PS chips.
You are correct re: high voltage - this circuit is not.
I'll try a new ISO24 device next I think and maybe a perfboard wired prototype.
This circuit show a +24v supply, I will use in the final version. I am using +15v currently since I don't have the correct chips for +24v.
I am using a 0-7v DC supply for Vin with reference to ACOM U1-16.
By the DCP011512DBP datasheet, 1uF on the input voltage and 0.47uF on the outputs.
Getting back to this design, was on another project.
The data sheet (below) reccomends .47uf for the 24v input part that I have. I only have 1uf caps will they work until I can get the .47uf. I realize they are just input capacitors, but I don't want to damage these parts.
For 5-V to 15-V input devices, a 2.2-μF, low-ESR ceramic capacitor ensures a good startup performance. For 24- V input voltage devices, 0.47 μF ceramic capacitors are recommended. Tantalum capacitors are not recommended, since most do not have low-ESR values and will degrade performance. If tantalum capacitors must be used, close attention must be paid to both the ESR and voltage as derated by the vendor.
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